I am very passionate about cookies. If you follow me on instagram you already know that. As seen here, here, here, here, oh and here and one more here. If I could only have one dessert for the rest of my life it would be homemade cookies. I love them. I think about them. I plan them. I eat them. I talk about them. I have strong opinions about them. I run so I can eat more of them. I love cookies.
|Perfect Chocolate Chip Cookies. No mixer needed and no chilling necessary!|
I love trying cookies from other bloggers like Sally’s Baking Addiction, Barbara Bakes, Completely Delicious and A Bountiful Kitchen. I love trying new chocolate chip cookie recipes. They are all fairly similar but not exactly the same. I love chocolate chip oatmeal cookies and skillet cookies and cookie bars. Basically, I love all things cookies.
Well I shouldn’t say all things cookies. Because let’s face it. Sometimes cookies fail. Sometimes they’re over-baked and hard. Sometimes, they spread out on the cookie sheet too much and look like pancakes. Sometimes, they taste funky because margarine or shortening is used. Sometimes they just aren’t worth the calories.
These cookies are worth the calories. I promise. You will love them. They are chewy, soft, fluffy, and they taste good fresh out of the oven or the next day.
And listen up–you DON’T need a mixer for this recipe. You make it all in ONE bowl. And the cookie dough DOES NOT need to be chilled! I made a video of how to make these cookies because I feel so strongly about cookies that I just really want you to get them right and enjoy them as much as I do.
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And as usual, the kids are always present when these babies come out of the oven. To make them extra good I like to add in some M&Ms.
These cookies are a transformed version of Sally’s Baking Addiction Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Cookies. The main differences are my method with getting the butter to the right consistency and the fact that you don’t need to chill my version. I also added in a little more salt.